Mommy Blog Expert: Father's Day Homemade Craft Gifts for Kids & Families to Make Together for Dad

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Father's Day Homemade Craft Gifts for Kids & Families to Make Together for Dad


Fathers Day




More likely than not that special Dad in your life already has way too many neck ties and bottles of cologne, right?  So this year, why not help your kids make a really unique Father's Day gift for Daddy that he'll always cherish instead?  To get you inspired, here are my favorite easy-to-make arts and crafts for Dads, culled from a variety of sources, that you'll have a great time making with your kids and giving to that special man in your life.


The Funky Luggage Tags pictured above are definitely one of a kind and practical too.  See Family Fun for directions


Screen Printed Ties are an original idea that's fun to create.  Who says dear old Dad won't love one more tie if he receives this personalized one from you?  See HomeMade Simple for directions


Edible Dress Shirt and Tie Cake is almost too handsome to eat, but your special Daddy will enjoy it as much as your kids delight in making it for him.  Watch the Family Fun video below to cook this up, being sure to have your computer speaker turned on so you can watch & hear how to make this easy-to-make cake.  Also, visit Family Fun for more fun Father's Day craft project directions


What a cute dog sculpture this is! Easily made from golf balls this would be a memorable craft project that golf-playing Daddies will always cherish. To make this cutie from FamilyCrafts.About.com, see directions

Have a Fathers Day kid craft to share of your own? Please leave a comment below telling us about it, with a link to the project's directions if possible.  Happy Father's Day To All!

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